With Samsung’s Galaxy S8’s day of launching gradually approaching, a large number of smartphone buyers, are anxiously looking forward to the most anticipated handset in the world right now.
Thanks to a flurry of leaked images, we can all boldly assume we’ve seen all we need to know about Samsung’s upcoming Galaxy S8.
More importantly, a fresh report just revealed that we might be seeing more of Samsung’s Note series that was previously claimed to have been discarded.
The report is claiming that Samsung is currently working on keeping the Note series alive as the company manufactures a successor to the Galaxy Note 7, to be called the Galaxy Note 8.
Many will agree that the Galaxy Note 8 will really have to outdo itself in order to impress customers, given all the damage that was done by the company’s now discontinued Galaxy Note 7.
While some reports have absolutely gone haywire with their concept renders on the Galaxy Note 8 device, a design by several online tech configurations, has offered a refreshingly credible depiction of the Samsung Galaxy Note 8.
According to the render, The device features an edge-to-edge screen, and a 4K Super AMOLED display measured at 5.7inches with Corning Gorilla Glass 5 for protection.
Much like its predecessor, the alleged Note 8 sports an iris-scanning biometric technology for securing the device, and accompanied by a rear-mounted fingerprint sensor.
IP68 certification makes the conceptual smartphone both water and dust-resistant. The render all shows that the traditional headphone jack will most likely be retained for the Note 8 device.
What’s more, the report claims that the Note 8 might also come with Qualcomm’s hypothetical Snapdragon 840 processor coupled with either 6GB or 8GB RAM depending on the model that the company chooses to roll out.
As far as we know, this render is nothing short of a rumour as the company hasn’t given any details regarding the alleged Galaxy Note 8.